Definition of 'carriageway'
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The tunnel would be a dual carriageway. Times, Sunday Times (2017)TWO men fed up with roadworks reopened a dual carriageway - by removing 50 cones. The Sun (2016)A FORMER cabbie drove the wrong way on a dual carriageway after downing a bottle of vodka. The Sun (2016)No part of the single carriageway network was considered low risk. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The census checkpoint on a busy dual carriageway saw one lane in each direction closed. The Sun (2015)They were hit with such force that they were hurled on to the opposite carriageway. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Out on the motorway it gave ample warning of a police car approaching on the opposite carriageway. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Cops said he was struck after fleeing a suspected stolen vehicle on the opposite carriageway. The Sun (2015)Police arrested the driver at the scene and had to close the busy dual carriageway for four hours. The Sun (2010)The primary school attended by my grandchild is adjacent to a busy dual carriageway which could soon be widened. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Our bus took us down a dual carriageway, over a hill and then the road stopped. For Love or Money (2006)Is 50mph the right speed limit for single carriageway roads? Times, Sunday Times (2009)No one needs to spend 600 million on a short stretch of dual carriageway. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Ministers are unlikely to introduce 80mph on stretches of the motorway network that are only dual carriageway. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We were very lucky we weren't called to an accident on the opposite carriageway. The Sun (2014)DRIVERS on a busy dual carriageway yesterday had to swerve around a bath. The Sun (2014)A shopping street wider than a dual carriageway runs through the centre of the ship. The Sun (2006)If you're speeding along a dual carriageway then only you are going to see that unless you video it. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Four hundred police were drafted in and last night the traffic appeared to be moving as a relief lane was opened on the opposite carriageway. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So cyclists find themselves on a new off-road facility that suddenly ends and forces them onto a dangerous single carriageway trunk road. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He said he saw a car parked with its passenger door open on the other side of the University Road single carriageway. The Sun (2009)Under the proposals, one of the single carriageway sections would be widened and a tunnel of just under 1 ½ miles would be built underneath. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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